Women’s Leadership Scholarships
A Direct Impact on Women Students
Our scholarships have encouraged students to work hard, get involved, and expand their skills and interests. Our collective support sends an inspiring message to the next generation of leaders.
“The aid from the Women’s Leadership Council allowed me to focus on my studies and passions without the added stress of finances. Their generosity reminded me of the kindness of others, and I plan to replicate this compassion in my interactions with patients. Thank you!” —Marisa Jacobs, Pharm.D. ’22
“The Women’s Leadership Council Scholarship not only enabled me to devote more of my time and resources to serving the people I know and love but empowered me to continue to speak out on issues I cared about, get involved in my community, and to do so in the knowledge and comfort that who I am and the work I do matters. This scholarship meant someone valued me and what I had to offer, which encouraged me to uplift and challenge other students to reach their full potential.” —Jessi Florendo ’20
2021: Marisa Jacobs, Pharm.D. ’22
2020: Jessi Florendo ’20
2019: Aria Mia Loberti ’20
2018: Victoria DaSilva ’20
2017: Jarolyn Fernandez ’17
2016: Rachael Lomp ’16
2015: Lauren Fiske ’14
The Women’s Leadership Council encourages undergraduate women to apply for the Women Transforming Women Endowed Scholarship. One scholarship is awarded annually. The application period typically runs from April 1 to June 30.
- Students must submit an application via Academic Works. (Search for “Women Transforming Women” in the search bar.)
- The scholarship will be awarded to a full-time woman-identified student who holds a leadership position on campus.
- The student must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.
- The awarding of this scholarship may affect a student’s current financial aid package.
- Only current students are eligible.
The Women Transforming Women Endowed Scholarship
You can support female-identified students by giving to the Women Transforming Women Scholarship. A scholarship is awarded annually to a student who holds a leadership position on campus and maintains a 3.0 grade point average.